I am almost finished with "A River Never Sleeps" It's a good book, very down to earth. It's a little before my time, but I think that made it worth while for. It reminded me of stories that my great-uncle use to tell me of his fishing adventures.
"Fly fishing Mountain lakes" by Gary LaFontaine...parts are humorous and his thoughts are a sideways look at fly fishing vs...traditional wisdom.
"Fly Fishing through a Midlife Crisis" by Howell Raines...a wonderful life reflection like one on the waters surface.
"Joe and Me " by James Prosek, artist and illustrator and a tender reflection about a fishing mentor and life lived.
AGREED... ! ! Any of Harry Middleton's. "The Earth is Enough", is probably runner up to his best, "The Starlight Creek Angling Society". Unfortunately, a limited edition of only 500 copies and very sought after. If you can find a copy for under $1 grand... grab it! I snatched a copy when it first came out in 1992, for 250 bucks and that about killed me.
Rivers of Memory
On the Spine of Time
The Bright Country
His later writings got kinda dark as he was struggling with a lot of personal issues.
Collected writings of unpublished works, articles, etc. compiled after his death in '93:
In That Sweet Country
A compilation of 21 fishing stories by some of the greats; Jim Harrison, Thomas McGuane, Russell Chatham and others.
There..., that should keep you busy for awhile and help to get thru these cold Winter months when you can't get out on the stream and also, add a very nice touch to your shelf/shelves!